Take snow routes and when the busses are running them into account. Right now (Monday, 11/22) many routes, such as the #70, are running on snow routes; however, OneBusAway doesn't show that when you look at a stop which is not being served (such as any stop on 15th Ave. NE for this route).
To add a feature to turn off the notification that there are no bus stops in your area. I tend to check my phone while I am driving to the bus stop and since I am not close to a stop, I get the warning (something like 8 times on occasions). Please and thank you - otherwise - great program. Keep up the great work.
I like being able to look at the map and see the bus stops there, but frequently as I am panning to a section of town I want to see, it moves me back to where I am to show me nearby bus stops. This is not helpful when, say, I am on a bus to Bellevue and want to see the times of my conection bus, but don't have the stop bookmarked.
New BUG. Someone broke the site with a very recent change, and now I am being prompted to set my location. I don't want your cookie. I clear cookies almost constantly. The new bug: When "Real-time arrival info" is "Opened in a new window", it loses track of the stop and displays a blank map (that worked on Friday). If opened in the current browser, it still seems to work. Some of us turn off referer headers to ...more »
perhaps give 3 buttons - 1 to say it was earlier than estimated, 1 to say later, and 1 to say on time.
Have the same data no matter what system someone is using. I just checked your website vs mobile vs iPhone app and they all said different things for the same stop. Stop #15375. Not just different times but entirely different busses. Which one is right??
People ride buses in Pierce County too! They even sometimes ride them from King County into Pierce County. Pierce Transit riders could really benefit from this.
Allow users to select a particular bus at a stop and see what route/streets it follows plotted on the map in iPhone app.
Please make a Windows Phone 7 app! :)
I'm always needing to figure out where a route might go.
the text message feature to find out when the next bus is coming is not working as of a month ago. I'm so sad. Do you know why?
The SMS feature really doesn't work according to the format on your website.
texting "onebus 99999" or "onebus # 99999" to 41411, where 99999 is your stop number, both return errors, for stops in the u district, downtown, capitol hill, and north seattle.